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TllKAT IIholI byourprneethowI 1 K ANY ClllAUM UASItilt MII IAV tiltN1AItICOtGLR 11ClmlI IK K11NfVaadliJAU1liltdlrcac CURES GUARANTEED K Tim Vncos of Sin rent frco liy SPflolnir aslant COX nTilfIfjjKl If nnrililo to cull write fur IISTitN 111tShI for umm Itlltf 1f EN1- q DRS KENNEDY KERGAN 1 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O CHAS BUCHANAN actical Boot and Shoe Maker HAZEL CREEN KY ShoesMaJctnnnler 2IPnniifrninl satisfiielinn jnanintceil A alioi nt OM Itaeke t Store OIMX A KA- SIIATTOHNEYatLAW HAZEL GREEN KY t V U practice iti courts of Wolfe gad tic 1 idlngcoutities and ottellli promptly to 0118 entrusted to him J 1aTAinWBEE 2HC tier JV PhYsioian and Surgeon if HAZEL GREEN KY Surgery and obstetrics a specialty ir c GORiZESpOInDE E WOLFE COUNTY Swango Siirlugs Sayings Thos Clear tcrdayMiss Ethel Word gave as a business call Thursday J F Cocil of Cira sy drank fJvvatigo water a few days last week Hnrry Cecil of Grassyspent Vedne day in tltb neck u the wont I Miss1 Maud Tanlliee of ItyslloroDentc- ut enjoyable ngItt with llisi Molly Onoy Thursday Misses Carrie lose Ollie Swangn nod Kiln Kushof Jiazel Orcin were Dupe lof Mist Nannio waugo ouch ElIelllhRhwomen of this place Saturday and Sun day I Curtis Swanjjo left Monday for Chnrles tii IIII where he will be cu itged in buiine with hi uncle A N Swmigo I May the loving hand of the Father who hold nit thing crown his footteis with I peace and pio jierity- I The prayer meeting Saturday night witli Hiram lilankun hll as lender was j will attended and much inttret muni fested Pet 1 K Word of l laze Green gave IH an encouraging talk for which lInilllBroTin nest service will be at Uncle Harr Waugosv U at hour Curti UaMsure you we taus yon at hauls Iir WT fftlthat the family groups broken When thinking of vow at joM roam We thiuk 61 you when we heat Tin1 sehotd hells land clear tout IFur many Ines your presence there I MittftiI we miss you at borne t oil when the N ktlltly utl1l labor Iin oVr A oil thf fritnils are gathered for prayer 11 yts there n chordin the ttiusie Tliati rnisedwhen your voice Is not there March S UNO Loo City Lilacs WIillI Will Shack of Stillwnter was in town Saturday on husine s John M lion of llanel CJreen was in town Saturday on business James Wilson of Jnylioro wns in town Monday on Iniiine John Patrick of this place attended church at IDayshoro Sunday Horn to the wifo of 1 H Carroll on the thI iust a 10 poundI girl ln5tIIhnrdayDink Murphy the boss cattle buyer was in town Monday buying cattle Willie Walter of the tendof the river was in town Monday on business Ye scribe went to Morgan county Jriday in the interest of Tin JIiru Ye scribe had the pleasure of calling on his friend Cesar Linden of iilltnore Sunday last Mrs Calah Caudle of Jitney Morgan county was visiting relatives here Mon day and Tuesday Scbron Walter of Grassy was here Saturday challenging the boys for a horse swap The school at this place will give an entertainment next Thursday night All tire invited James IL Dunn who ii attending school lit Hazel Green came up to see 1m mama Friday Miss Clara Nickell who is attending school here was visiting her parents on Grassy Saturday and Sunday Ellis Tohnson And Porter Lacy of Lacy creek were in town Thursday and took dinner with Elder S H Taulbec Uncle John McQuinn of Lacy creek was in town Wednesday calling on the old timers Uncle John is about 70 years of age lloyd Wells spent Sunday with your t c correspondent Hurl subscribed for tho iiII grand old II heUUAIII hoyd says cant I do without it I II Miles Linden and James Wilson pass ed through town Saturday on their way j to Davfhoro to attend the protracted I meeting at that plllCtII ITho railroad iis veyors are at work bedding the road and jjII there jis doubt that the tl tllIrI ence We cannot see why some tacit aretIt opposed to the only thing that can ever bring prosperity to our mountain homes Lets urite our forces encourage tlmC wad and bring our county a blessing a bles ing that will always shine in our mountain homes a blessing that we clot never forgot a Mossing we never will regret anda blessing that is contained 1 in the following word If you want prosperity to be brought to the world encourage tIll railroad and subscribe for Tin11lliiKAiui March i Trniix Campion Currency County court here today and a largo crowd in attendance Ilarry Comlw made a liy ing trip tojj llnael Green Sunday Major W J1 1 Seiu of West Liberty waf in town the past week interviewing j i j I our merchant The residence of ICelloy FuJJcs was I I i tllni tll lion A III Stamjver J last week visited Winchester Clay Cily JacksonI and other joints in the interest of lib candi i daey for j i eungressiI Ii Deputy Marshall iW Drake rctllrnI ed1 home Saturday from ferry county where ho had boon summoning witnesses in tho Farler case He left Sunday for laekson to summon other witnesso in II the lImo case There are over 10f wit nesses in the case Editor IIII MI Sword A IL Slamper Taylor Tolton and Dr II II Stamper will leave this evening for Louisville j where they have been ummoiifd to tes tiff in Inhalf of tho Iuited States vS- Iuul larler etc for the munler of DI ir S Marshal W A Uyrd The enue iis j j sot for Wednesday the JUh illlltIIII IISllAtj Combs stare under the leadership of I Stick IIjruke with i i memWrn When j ever a member jis proven guilty of doing filly kind of manual labor ho iis imniedi II ately dismissed The lodge meets lcrI night at Combs store Isaac W Combs was unanimously elected secretary and EltiuIult secured the position of door keeper Ir11 IIII Stamper after a hard light was elected to the nil important position of county grittcr Detective Jonas F fansant anti ex Jailer TI IF Stamper returned Saturday having in custody Cradletoe John Moore one of the must desperate moon shiners in Hasten lieutuckyslr Van Stunt W H Dull and JI UHolloii were Moores liondsmcu for his appearance in tho lr S district court nt Louisville on tho HIM of February for violating the internal revenue laws Insteadof zip gearing ho left for parts unknown lint Vansant and Stamper captured him in Carter county after a desperate struggle lie will be taken to Louisville this week Detectives Yausant anti Stamper are equal to bloodhounds on the trail ofa criminal March i SriHr JACK Lane Lilies Stepping and wife are in good Ihealth nt this writing Taylor T Sewell paid his parents n vis it Saturday and Sunday Mrs Timothy Terrell has been on the sick list for the past two months A J Hollon is selling iris property and iIi going to move next week to lit Sterling Her Taylor preached In the Halley Field schoolhouse last Sunday to a large audienceWhy J ft Elkinssell BO tdany goods Because he has tho right kind of- T Y v f iL fn clerk Ono that knows how to make moony nnd one whose beauty cannot excelled heIII Horn to the wifo of John Hollon son of D IH Hollon on tho 2l th ultn 10 pound boy 1 T Oraliam has abandoned the idea of ever marrying as he iis getting old feeble and urayhcadcd I John Sewell and L11 King are the vhily ones that tire running for matri I mony so their1 success iirduaostI a thing lIrlII 1 It h has been laughIingestI American soil thlII Taylor 1P Sewell who iingoing to ChOOII at Campion iia making rapid Irogrl his studies toad reports having a line time debating with tIme buys Master Edward Sewell stayed in the city of Campion last week being a guest of his sisteri Florence trod mother Hen Kd is a mixing little fellow null made j II quite n number of arijuaintauecs while there I Miss Martini Siwell who has been at Campion for the past month studying crayon work under her sister Florence 1101I ton returned home lat Saturday t She ha made one 1picture anti from it apK aranco we think that she will in a short time bo ablu make some of us fllI lows loop respectable Hurrah Martha I tt ant to be toolITwo Mormon elders have been in this vicinity for the punt week preaching Mormouism In the people and boarding with those who deairo to keep threat Dur j I ing their stay they have found every lit ale lioiisoou the hillsides and in the hot litItill morning They told hint that a man by tho mum of Hully Stepping had been reciimmcnded very highly to then by two of the best lawyers of Campton Stamper C Sewell IHo kept them John JI Sewell who for the lnllltII has been called the master 11hnI I IIIUII a lumping contract with Will Shack elford 1 du not know tho exact word of IIthul II is to help mid Shaukelfurd1 build n gouge i s0 and iii to cuter it with boards three feet long and iis to receivei filliiltie on I or before tho flat day of December a I16 year old litho of the best quality John has niadi imo trade lie will never regret for I know the Hello Iis not old to hurt and is of time best quality March 7th QUI Hru- To be blind or deaf is a terrible alllio tioii and it pains us to record tho fact this there are many in this section in one or both ways They cant see our appeals to pay or are deaf to them In either can Sumac of the family should inform then Set date ffter your name and if in arrears settle up d MORGAN COUNTY Jambs Jauglos fiat II Dcliusk spent a few days last week with his parents Grade the little daughter of Mr l Mrs Alex Nickell is very sick Joshua Dcliiisk Ihas just completed very nice new wagon for his own use GI C ilyrd near Salem contemplates the erection of a new modern cottage residenceIsom ong has moved from near Sell lie to a place higher up the creek nn i David Cox from Pike county is occu pying time old homestead vacated by Isom F M Long has just returned from his homo in Hazel Green from a week of heavy business lIe says tho topic of the day there Iis nothing but talk about the Spanish war anti tho new school1 house Upon this report n young manI called Alvin Oldficld said he was going to join tho army as the prospect for traveling and fighiinp is good As Alvin is a model young man the old folks haltI better look sharp about their youug squaws Yeicribo presented this sketch to Alvin and he remarked it 1 guesstue l v rr f l Ai a ft V i WifleofAXdUI tut ilpmonatratcd ten thounand Utile that it Is almost lnfallibtosFOR WOMANS t IPECULIAR ra is IrrrRtilnrlttm nml derangements rlforIItrClIgthclIin upontheWhite and fall agof the womb It atop flooding and relieves IUP IlreuN and piUnfiil meiutrnatlon hltII rpRiiancy litliiR children into homes linrrcn for yoatft It Inviaorntefl tlinu latfs nirrngtlirni taw wlioli nyn trin Tliis great remiHiy H offireil In nil nllliiteil woinon Why will any uroiimit miff r nnothcr mlniito vnli cirtiiiM 1iiuf within retell parhifT III i n na rviulrllij tpttlal iltrft ti all i1 j iifimif Ihr IK iiri II ruatartf ii YhiniiltllltJD Illfl KIM I t I jrii fb Twin Row L W SMIIII Camden S C rats used ttljio at Cnrdiil at home for faltlnp ol itio womb and It snare cufod her heaviest part of Dick V business for the past tscek was in sitting around John s licraUs stove chewing Out of Sight tobacco and whittling on scrap leather is lie Iis the owner of n now Russell liar low knife I heard him slay John Pieratts saddle shop was the host lloafing place In town March A Xiviv On the illuming of Fob 1M 1SD5 T 1 was sick with rheumatism and lay in lured until May 2bt When I got a bottle ol Chamberlains Iliin Halm The drat ap plication of it iclieved mo almost entire ly from tho pain nod the second allorded complete relief In a short time I wa ruble to lhe up surd about IIgllillArlI Moreatix Luvcrnc Minn Sold by711 Day HazelI Green Irt1INIICC COUNTY Pomoroyton Paragraphs MM U 1H Wills is not canceled to live Misses Lisa and Sally Lyons visited Win Sexton Saturday and Sunday Marvini Reynold of Olympht is vis iting his aunt Fanny Stacy iienr hero IU S Trimble was so unfortuiiittc a1 to have hits mcathouso burned hint week Dr Cope moved to near hero last week and we welcome him to our neigh borhood Spencer Johnson of North Middle 4 town visitedI O C mill Frank Lawsou the post week MM Suth Bailey him been very low for several days but is said to be improving at this writing j Khiloh Swnngo toad family left Mon r EaE expect to make their home y Thorn tOil Henry and Thomas WilU of r Montgomery county nro visiting their sick mother Mrs G11111Illa bridesdparents Sunday morning Dean Halo to hiss Kami Oiborn lire Cox IJrowti ofli elating George Hott and trIM Nettle lislewere married Sunday evening The happy couple left for the boino of thesgroom father near Maribii 1March r 8 SIOOUM Everybody has n cold eomctimp yqur turn will some Keep a bottle o1 Pr JJella Pine Tar Honey nt hand und be prepared for an emergency Tltielaaaottw if remedy will cure a cold before it sett 1 yla- 4 J fairly articled or after It hai nettled 1e 1 sooner you take it the ooatr you wiltv lltt get wellt 7f J31II1i F I ef4 J t r- FL 10 1 tlit i ittiiA r r j l t Ij tII j i t1 lt L f JI K rf r- i ht + li r i- r M t T iryf r J f ii- I Cr1I I n f THE HERALD IPZKOEB COOPER Enter HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY March 10 J1698 Tim Goebel bill viewed from this dis tance seems to have been hatched in the 0 interest of Mr Goebel candidacy for gubernatorial honor And reading be tween the lines one is led to conclude that Mr Enloe has his eye on the United As States senatorship With nil the dec tion machinery in their hands to manip ulate they could produce some magical effects Editor Enloe is wonderfully en thusiastic for the bill and goes so far as to excoriate every man oppo 5ntfit notB withstanding the fact that dorcns of men who take a different yiew of the bill ore I just as good Democrats as be And why if it bo a fact that he want to be United States fcnator that is reason sullicient for the birth of the bill which he KIVS hatched from n germ in his gray matter Goebel stood godfather to it and it was baptized in his name with the UlHlerI standing between him and its parental progenitor that he should have the oII ernorship ai his reward for raisin it if it reached maturity A 11d because these leading lights thin play fur olitin justIbe damned and then delivered over to the Itepublieans for the reason that thcJJ Oout MC the hill in that light For IlncII we object and there are others ThcII ir Democratic party made ihe i patdlII The Dispatch did not make the Demo cratic party The bill may he a blr1l5illlt1 in disguise but it looks like a Tennessee t tramp judging from the appended plo tograph which we reproduce from the Memphis Scimetcr a Democratic news I TennessceIA IMVNlirl AND A nilMK heThe KtiuiuUy legiislatim has paedl nil lection bill which plnr th election over talc State in arhilrurv cuntrul of cuuuni siuo on ere to 10 appointed by the legislature It U iis In aspect of the appointing power onic thins worre and IDIICO umlciimorMir 11111I morn ilnnKfroiis tluin tin TiiuuMicc flection j lnw When thing lire duns by n Ivgihlutiirr the rctponslhllltr fur till lining Is sub dhid td anti liable to be frittered uuay Tlii I itpeculiarly true of putroiingt that jh di pe- nsI Ill by the lixNInturc The people have very bard work to fix tilt responsibilityi i definitely l I for a bad nflieer clintrn by to asMin ItlBKes acting jointly The people can Iha I I the responsibility Iliar bad selections when they are made by n President iovornnr Iftlother MiiBlivIiitmlfJ power In other reIspects tin the appointments the new lien I lucky election rude Iis neither better nor wor e than the one we have hi Tennessee i And wo have to my that the party rcsponsl blc for this Kentucky vetI will sullir for it oinn time Septet pariUaniMii nail mere lOBubino politics embodied in law are not thereby sanctified or made better than thrtarc in any other shape The fart that there tre sound principles In this Kentucky stat ute Iis only a parallel case to the devil 1IIIItII log the Holy Scripture fond principle odiously enforced in combination with knavery nod reckless tyranny for the grat t- It catlun of party greed no more eicusu hr l ccmlhuiim ol that kind than the fact that lire is Cods gift justitks the buninigof a house to earn the 11IfIIllrrIThe people who luc made the Kentucky election machinery have arrangedl tierI hav iup themselves und their party put out of power in Kentucky lor a HMMIII of rellcctlon nod repentance 1 Tun war news this week ili of the same t general tenor as last week That the I Maine was destroyed by Spanish agents t now seems certain itml while the admin i istration will give out no authentic in t formation the naval and army olliccrs I no fitting out inspecting fortifying and I i in every way preparing for war It is p oleo rumored that the divers working on I the Maine wreck were dynamited von day War iis certain in our opinion but I the United States government is doing nil it can to keep down excitement until she is fully prepared for the emergency i Probably the largest horse in the state is owned by Demrwey Richard of Hot I den The animal is six years old SII hands high and weighs i731 pounds t ills feet are eight inches in diameter j x head 88 inches long mane 12 inches t and tail 72 inches long The horse has never been worked as no collar large enough to tit him could be found I Mrs J U Thompson returned from Clay City and lialtgh Thompwn of Ma ftfln county iis visiting hit father 1 I 4 e- itr Y T AN ODE TO THEWAItSIIIP MAINE Wo mourn thy lots 0 warship Maine Americas pride upon the sea No more thy sails will fill again With winds that blow so wild and free The gallant crew thy decks did pace Their hearty were 0 so true and brave Now lies so still in deaths embrace Krrieath the restless ocean wave Mow proud you looked upon that night When anchored near the Cuban short And streaming from the timbers height- A banner which we all adore Twns treachrous hands that struck the blow Against thyside against thy brave Twos true Americas greatest foe That sank you neath the ocean wave glorious ship Magnetic Make No more youll ride the foaming sea Americas type without a stain That would have fought tor you and me long as stars and stripes proclaim The standard of the true nnd brave Well not forget our warship taint That ank beneath the ocean wave SAM WMSOV TBE LAND OF HOUSTON F Quicksall Writes Entertainingly of the Lone Star State HEWITT Itxtrlarch1- ear Mr1 Cooper After swinging around the circle in the Land of Hous ton for a few months 1 have decided toI write to you My1 supply of pecans is exhausted but I promise not to be dere of my duty toward you in future We lire having line weather here III enjoy the warm winter of Texa This hay been a very dry winter nnd unusually mild Nearly all formers in this county done planting corn I would not advise anyone who iis pleasantly situated to come here fur the purpose of doing better or to lindII place where they can make a That sort of place iis yet undiscovered do not doubt that many have come vho wore in letter circumstances than they have been since IIf are any Kentiickinnx who ore- hinking of leaving tho corn cracker state to swing corners with Texas the dark eyed queen of the south they had better count well the cut surd consider the landing before they leap lint if a man is IIdruloit on going somewhere I cannot lied n country more inviting than this Texas is the biggest waillo i the griddle if North America She sweetened with the honey of happi ncv pouring from the bunghole of pros crit and buttered with pure Democ racy Texas iis as great in every other way as in area the has and dues all things in the superlative degree The greatest cotton state greatest cattle state greatest wool state greatest pecan state greatest Democratic state and many other things to soy nothing of chile hot tamalies Besides she has wane magnificent colleges and univeisi and n splendid public school system population is comrpoeedof immi grants from nil the states and territories including Canada and all European coun tries making tho finest population on the globe The people are intelligent broadminded progressive patriotic trod generous There in less provincialism in any other state in the union- I often think this is surely the land of promise to those who dream of the glory of wealth and splendor of fortune To the farmer it is the garden of Eden the politician it is pumpkin pie to the lawyer it is a large slice of the aforesaid and the same to the doctor it is full of the paths of glory that loud but to the grave to the merchant it is a klondike nnd to the preacher it is glory hallelu jah lint as the rose turns its bo om to the kisses of the sun so my heart as naturally turns to my native land 1 love Ken lucky as do all her sons I often sigh to bo again among the mountains where na ture sings her sweetest songs nod brawl fug brooks laugh in the sunshine and dance in the shado- wsII glad to hear of tho progress being made in Eastern Kentucky in the way of telephone railroads etc Keep up the goodwork The mountains need closer connection with the outer world The people should realize the value of good capers The ilrKAiD has done more for the mountains than anything else The Ipeople should patronize home industry Hut I must not make this too long With sincere wishes for the continued success of the HEUAID and the health and happiness of yourself and Mrs1 Cooper I am very trulyIr F QncKu P S Please change my address to Wacu BF Q The Sales of Hoods Sarsaparilla are the largest in the world because the cures by Hoods Snrsaparillil are wonderful perfect permanent Hoods Pills are the best fantily- I f cathartic nnd liver medicine 21 Foreign Cbristiu Missionary Society Organization This Society was or ganized jn Louisville Ky October 21 1875 Its object is to make disciples of all nations and teach them to observe all things whatsoever Christ has commanded This Society is incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio Its principal place of hu iucst is in ttincinnali orkIt carries on work in the fol fowing fields Indin Japan China Tur key Denmark Norway Sweden En gland and Africa Its agents preach at t3 stations nnd 10 outstation Schools apnlllIInllwork in the four heathen fields heat numbers of gospels curd of tracts have been sold The Word of Life has been carried into many hotces by the women connected with the ntissiuusThe whole number added from the first is S1 There are 70 Sundayschools with 1708 pupils in theta Iu the day schools there tire 1040 schmoii- mrs1tiorkersThere are now January ISJS 10J missionaries uud helpers working in connection with the Society Of these SO are foreigners and 70 are native helpers Of the foreigners Q are men and M lire women Ileccipts The receipts for last year lSltS7 amounted to II0Ibisi-s a gain of 12Ji4y over the year to fore This money came from the following sources Churches 3y5il28 Sun day school 5002725 Endeavor Socic ties 1VIO Individuals 142i t03 Hcqucats SGStU5 Annuitants 0800 Miscellaneous fSHli Needs1le work in all these fields isi yet in its infancy More workers must be sent out tutu more buildings must be erected In China thenew station open cd in Lu Cheo fu should be greatly strengthened A hospital anti homes for the missionaries lire needed Sums of the workers in Japan need to be housed pure money is needed to buy Bibles and tracts for distribution among the people Property is needed in Shanghai Thus far the Society has owned no buildings in that great city A wise and competent roam should be sent to Constantinople to I he associated with i N hUlunanian I I A lady should he sent to assist in the cd ucational work in the same city A num her of young people are willing to go If the funds are forthcoming they will be on the Held before the present missionary year cloves The Christian Church in Hnel1 Green will make the offering for this work on the second Lords Day in this month It is earnestly hoped that every member will have a part in this work for the Mae ter At the same time the offering for the State Missionary work will he made and every one should have a part in that part of the Lords work Blessed is he who soweth beside all waters WM II CoatiI Minister Christian Church I Dubs Says Mr Murphy nl urea I ii Feb 28 Dear Editor Enclosed find 50 cents for which please extend my time on THE Hrlili j also 00 cents to pay for one copy to A N hose Fair GrangeJ III for one year This leaves all well except the Repub lican parts They are badly down in the mouth Yours truly M A MURillY y Both the Jackson trod Gillmore corres pondence reached us too late this week 1 RJR Granny Metcalfe I sw n ynri dd w4 ism u4 tWit til d ikipus u4Isul tIN Isl Las I+ MI4 dmld MJ alt14hrtlIte1ib ftrlnrmwillu- flu jI Is Mnr 1d s nndysd is Ds 1I- u1Tllo n Ilrl Quiet sad irmMit itur IID tlf l ll at tUtr emit w1 II is ir Is1t1 Ibt ilm tad wo U let M wlt1s11- 4YasL A MIK4UI Sonik 41 St raicUK DR BELLS r Pine Tar Hone IIfI 1iililllIiiiff f Grunt Clot ing ANn IJ Overcoat uIe11 COMMENCED SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 AT Louis and Gus Straus LEXINGTON KY 140 PICAS ffiat Satinette Overcoats at 124 other dealers prije 4t309 hens Long Ulsters at o other killers price S0 405 Cassimcre Suits at 100 other dealers price 430 3oO Mens Cassimere Suits at j other dealers price 750 LN30 pairs of Lobs Corduroy Pants at 38 cents other deal ers price 7o cents 7oO otherdealers1 1 EVOfj DODartmonte t is OierfIowig WitnIL Bargain JJlnekSoe1sprice lA lint of colored shirts at 20 rent other dealers price jOe 300 Luis Gum Coats at 140 other dealers price i3o Louis Cus StrausLEADING CLOTHIERS R SEd DAVISOPltACTICAIo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAXEI GPEEN KENTUCKY WE prlcleandWAGOXSJMKE ttroDizeHomeaJ v WEisadyour TRA DL MARK BEST IN THE WORLDFor HeadacheCURESand Kidneys Purifies the flood Dispel Colds and Fevors Boautlfle the Complexion and Is Pleaslnjr and Refreshing to tho DRUQWSTSWAnni Karen to rrery purchaser of I- ls iage of Lincoln Tea Price 5c Ask your drnggistor Ltxcoty Tits Co Furl WTMLI I ii ReranttellallahouttheeewteIandome RnLhX sdrlCId nledul Ht 1lnrlds I air lhlesl nand Atlllnla Eetunltlnn tyrlte todo to fallll ILIANl CRRIUn C ft 11 Courl Kt IBCYNTi 01110 I RESTORED MANHOOD DR PILLSth- uleneritrveorganofeitheieisuch Thogreat an4 allIfOu e dllC t tngcrLoj Manhood Imycterter II rljflZ uutnlIorr7rmslreweofinlwrrnorOpmumwhichrrndtofclSuantWtiOfI the mono perpoid ie- 1ortl6tiA Ua MOTT CM M1C4LiOCIee110Us A BUSINESS EDUCATIONIs absolutely necfmry 10 m- frcung roan or Toung uofWS who would wit yneees ill life Thill being conceded It h of the first importance io jtl your trainin ut Ihs srhnul that stands In the very runt rllnkth BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COllEGE Louisville KY BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY NrTullllOfll nteetcroreorrelund 1 1 L IIIPIIII ti I Permanently cured bY using DU WHITKUALLjJ JMIKUMATIL tlth The K ffimvfirbmViivnjr sent free out location of this publication TIll DR WJIJTIiHVm MEQIl1lINE COr outli fiend Indiana 4 t It r 7- i r rV 41 r i 4gj F A e hr T1F r w = a S3 i y Q S W n t I k 1 I t No Gripei T hn you take Hoods Pills The big oldfash lontd sugarcoated pills which tear you nil to litters are not In It with Hoods Easy to take w Hoodsto aerate Is trueand tasy I a Howls Illls which are up to date In every respect i anal sure A11 Pillsfadnlgglsts5c C1I Baudl S Co Lowell Mass lbeeupIlls to take with Hoods Sump ar- flaEHERAhD o coccccoot40txocotlx rl I +LOlALLISCIfGS yppQp OOOOOOOOQOCOQOCQJ All druggisttstell Dr MHcV Nerve Plasters John Pieratt planted Irish potatoes on Tuesday Miss Kiddie Lei 5si confined to her bed with measles Mottie Evans who has been quite ick is slowly improving Mrs Lou Coldiron near town i iIllIitc tick we understood Floyd hayof Winchester iis visiting rl tives nnd friends here Arburyhash and Krtck UnIt of Gilliuorc were in town Tuesday on business Curtis 1ieratt ijclerking at the Packet store during the illness of his brother Willie Mary 1ieratt the little daughter of 11 F Pieratt and wife wits some better Tuesday Rev Ja It Word will preach at EN kin chapel on Holly next Sunday at 11 oclock Thomr Lee rind wife who tpent the winter in Hazel Green left Mvnday for Midland Texasl Willie bash has found a vein of coal on the farm of his mother Mrs Nannie Rash near town Willie Iiitalt was taken icl Monday evening and has since been conlimd to his roou He is threatened with fever Fred Diy Is putting a new picket fence in front of iris yard which greatlyI improves the lppemmcelIf hip property Grant Nickelll attended the Jones Tes ternian wedding Sunday and was the guest of his brother Dr A C Nickell that night John I15 Davis was ijiiite sick Saturday night and Sunday but was so fur con valesced Tuesday as to engage in a game of checkersOur lUll artist bus just put a hard oil finish on our proofpress stand and it looks as bright as dew drops on a tremb ling spray Rev J H Wallin will preach at Gill more on Sunday morning at 11 oclock and at the Prchbyterian church in this place Sunday night at lt30 Squire John Ruse was in town Tues daYllndfail enough to convince us that he is opposed to rediitricting the county which he thinks would increase tax ationOur man t out town asked South Coldiron the news Tuesday and he said lie didnt know anything except that Sebe Trimble had recovered from the rheumatism Henry Pieratt was on Mondav remov ed from 1m own residence to the resi dence of his father He has not been so sell for a week past and his attending physicians thought tho change would be BeneficialNo i or woman in Wolfe county Cr In the mountains for that matter is- hiW1 too poor to subscribe to Tin 11 Kit r brightrt l Jew than one cent a week Can you afford s Folt witout it when it only trusts you- u T8 A YEAR J churchSundayi r- tlords supper song prayer in behalf of state missions song prayer in behalf t1 of foreign missions song sermon oil benedictionlTerybody t present illI Correspondents will please bear in mind Currenteventrespective communities I andeach paragraphWritei of tbe paper only he f P t plainlybOthersRcannot use the matter ca JONLt ONE r If each one would care for one Only one Pomty would leave thcenrth I wlltlfcrrIf each one would care for one i Only one j jIfeach one would care for olleII I oncIones teedIi IJ each one would care tar one OnlyI one lleuklnh Uiittcrwnrth i i Tonet1IIII I man of Sellers Morgan county were I j 1lankenshipThegrown I foremotIi j t profession and stands among those atI the heal of the procession in this j tiollI He possesses all the necessary requisites of a successful business man honesty sobriety and industry in their fullest meaning And he ha indeed won a prize worthy the love of any man Mils Testcrman is a native of our neighboring county and iis the fairest gem among her l numerous jewels A scool teacher alNo Miss Testcrman has always stood high in tho profession sod by her gentle man ners and loving disposition hilts won the admiration of all with whom she came i in contact Tire many friends of both congratulate Mr Jones on winning one of our fairest flowers as a companion down the rough curd rugged pathway of life anill Miss Testerman in her choice of one of Morgans truest and most steadfast sons Tin HIIAII wishes them i i pleasure and prosperity all along lifts pathway And now iis the time to sub I scribe j Thp Cincinnati LiveStock ccortl of Friday gives the following as the bc tII priCes for that day Top priIf hogs 4 15 I Best price for cattle SJIO t j Top price for calves 700 I of I IiiTop price sheepI Lest lambs bought irlII I The alaye were actual sale but it j should be borne in mud that they repre i sent the belot their elasson the market II that day Tun Hiu ui will each week give the best ac of tho Friday before I which iis alone worth the price of the paper NOW iis the time to subscribejI jI I dtsireto attest to the merits of Chant berlains Cough Remedy as one of the most valuable null etlicient preparation on the market It broke an exceedingly j dangerous cough fur me in ll hours and in gratitude therefor I desire to inform t you that I will never be without it and you should feel proud of the high esteem in which your Remedies are held by peo 110 in general It iis the one remedy amomr ten thousand Success to itO 1II Downey Editor Democrat AlbionI Ind For sale by Jr Day hazel Green Floyd Baileywill has just returned from MagofSn county says that a vein of cannel coal seven feet thick has been I discovered on Harriett creek in Johnson county He did not see the coal bank but saw reliable men who had seen it anti saw some of the coal ignited with a i matchwhIch he +ay burns like celuj loid though not so rapidly Coal is inII two layers with no intervening furignIj Iji matter and omen nut in blocks j polish look like black marble It 5ib or should be the highest aim ofI I I j I every merchant to please his customer and that the wide awake drug firm of I Meyers A IMileman Sterling III ik dII ingso iis proven by the following from Mr E ltlcml1nIln my sixteen years exjj I perionce in the drug business 1 have nev i er seen or sold or tried a medicine that gave as good satisfaction as Chamber mains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Kern l cdy Sold by 1 J1IIY Hazel Green jI Mi = Anna Belle Comrs rCampton iis visitingi her sister Mrs H F Pieratt and in tho trying hours of that sorely I1 alllicted family has shown a nobcncss ofI character quite commendable During the 5llne 8 of her sisters help she has taken hull and made a hand in e1I j hold work without murmer Indeed toi Mrs Pieratt and her sick family she I has proven a friend in nrcdII I I Dry Taulbeo and Nickelll report Tubn I Duis Willie Pieratt Mary Hoc McLin I Piddie Lre Bruce and May Pieratt and I Johnny Clear on the sick list Henry i1 Pieratt has been moved to his fathers 1 Drs Taulbee and Nickell hoped it might f bo for his good and a change for the I i better aa he has never lbeen any better I from the beginning I MUST have pure blood for YOU health floods purities the blood Take SarsaparillaI I ispaiilla if you would r Ie Waits tte CMiMiittM ROBKrr LEI TEXAS Feb 26 Editor Spencer CooperDear Sir Tun HKIUID has been a regular visitor to my hoi e for another twelve months and I wish to take advantage of your special offer made in recent publications Enclosed herewith find money order for reoIncwand cause the Detroit Free Press with book to visiti 1110 also as per your offer 1 am yet in the Lone Star state where everything seems to be enjoying itself Inn hopeful manner Cattle horses sheep and even the jack rabbits are holding their heats high on account of the approaching season nut soon I will be enabled to enjv the de lightful songs of the mocking bird the cooing of tho doves the enjoyable music of the rattlesnake and look upon time movements of tho horned frogs long tailed lizard lung legged spiders and a host of other reptiles too tedious to mention1 Fur fear I weary your patience I will close for this time Hut I must add if any of your readers wish to enjoy any of the above things in addition to grand sandstorms which sometimes till time air and your eyes long dry spells no mud and pure air let them come to Coke county Texas Respectfully HKNUV WIUIAMS- i I Takes Two Free Silver Sheets WIIMII TKXAS March Spencer Cooper Dear Sir Please lied enclosed money order for 1 fur which you will please extend my time fironi the first of MayI on Till Hiulll and also the Cincinnati Knquircr as isceI you have them clubled together a year at that price Weather fume here just like stay in Kentucky Oats and wheat look nice 1I- I got done planting corn on the 17th of February Gardens look fine livery thing is flume ill till south With beet wishes for you sail your wife 1 am as ever T A FAIIKN To Cure a Cold in One Day Tue Laxativy Hrtimo Quiiiim Tablet All druggists refund moiiiv Jt a fails to cure 5- cSuffered = I 20 ice Years i I I H promlM old residents near writes ror twcntyscvvn years I Lad been constant euffticr from nervous jir stra tloti and paid lure sums of money for doc tors and udvertlvud rcmc lli 8 without bent flu Three years ago my cocalton was alarming the least none would startle and unnerve inc I sane unablo to sit IP had a- i number of sinking spells and lowly grew worse 1 began urliiK Dr Notes KiKitutlve Nervine and Nerve and Liver Plllc At first the medlclno foeemd 10 havo uo effect but llOtlceIa e tite began to improve and I rapidly grew better until now I urn ua nearly restored to health ax one of my ago may expect God blcMDrMlksNcrrlue Dr Miles Remedies lara sold by all druggists under a positive guarantee lint bottle benefits or money re funded Itoulrou dls etucsof tho heart und nerves tree Address UK MILE MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind THE GREiTBST BOOK OP THE AGE I 1Should be IB Every Home and Library HIstOIDI101 BeY A H Marc lpw0a 111 Utord Ea- B Bmlary cblc 1111 UII a V Vrti4rk1rranarfV- K8PMDr of tSatrbq CuUrburj Eag 1 Ire- vimrCpa UU JOII Bomrrrlll lfu fnot W latllnp- Cblc UorFPotoot VV Mvrl hone Yrbyna Chanb London So ieiYorkIdacA bur OU cIvarr itapll4 CtbUrcb MaincityHtrl r apUot Cbun Lewiuon Ma ChureId IUelollOrtfofr lilpfla Jalnlll IA f1fOanlaDn Itn Mm Chi G7uvr WllkIDn OJ sn 1111 RT HimDvllUit LID Trinity CoII1- I IlirtfordCooDi aJ MOBW 0IbaoaUU4tltJoh- Wood pbrtrtn Church London Eng H tlotl- CInrlmr1LI TbTmple110ton MIroman 1n1uL sey 1Wt n er tlon out edac cloth lUll bait levantUteatal- f trtclareti Mt 280 101441 Illoal n OeluaaI r 10 r For SLOngW8BkSI jI have been confined to my room and as I am still unable to look after my business I DO HOPE 6 that every man without further appeal will call on H C QUICK tSALL at my store AND PAY hisa1accountat once I must have some money in or t meet my obligations and Imakethis last appeal before plac E = ing your accounts in the hands of b = an Attorney for collection I i You will not ignore this appeal c if yon have a symaathizing soul Respectfully 1 1 H F PIERATT I RUSSELL BROTHERSf MILLERS AND SAWYERS TTANING overhauled rind thoroughly repaired the machinery AA of the r1 T HAY MILL at Hazel Green we are now pro i pimd to attend to the wants of the public in ALL MILL MAT 3fI 1 i f Building Material of iI1 KindsII turo also prepare I to do custom rawing at fl ner foot or on Ilie halves nnd we can on short notice ttimisli l 1000II tt IIIING CKIL1NG WKATHKHIUMKD1NO MIKICTING HlltlI = all kind of Building Maltrial in wood at the LOWKST PUICK When you want to save money give us a call Our 3= ROLLER MILL= In tho fumes over erected in this section nnd since we have 3d- l in charee of it wo have mailn AS JOOD FlOUR AS JAN beenII r PKODlCKD IIX ANY PAir OF rifE STATE from the ijiiality of wheat white nnd sweet Bring us good wheat an- ddayou will get good flour in return Try us Thats the wry to I find out = OUR WATCElt MILL E3 At Spradlirig on Red River Is now in operation and we are pre rpared to nmk a superior quality of wllillit wime toll as above tttlt = E3cepted THE GREAT NATIONALS FAMILY w NEWSPAPER tt- I4r FAEMER and VILLAGERS AMI YOUK IAVOKITE UOMli rArlItrTHrt fiAYdat4Gn Ei Hmt1LDa BOTH OWE YEAR FOR ONLY 1 tSTSend all orders to TIIE HERAIvD THE N Y TRIBUNE ALMANAC nJO PAGES A satiotlal nook of refer tact for occnlmentelund polilioul liifornintloH- ConialiiM y the Constitution of the United States the ConitittiUnn of the Stale of New York the iJlDglev Turlfl IIIH with a comparlmm of old uml new rates IreildvHt Mc Kinleys Cabinet anti appointees Anibaismlors Consuls etc the pe onnel uCnHprrcat + a tmnieM of principal officers of thetlfflrrenr9ttrl commanding olllcers of tbo Arairdt Navy with their salaries Tahiti of Public Satbtlrll KKctioii Return Party PJttfoniiB and Committees complete articles on the Currency Gold nnd Sliver and M vast amoaa of other valuable information The standard American almanac nuthoritative suitl cosirnlete corresponding In rank with WhlUnkcrs Almanoo in Europelrx PRICE 25 CENTS POSTAGE t1rSend all orders to THE HERALD Hazel Greta XV ri r I 0 Jy FrVt i f 0 ijor VERY JJ OK CJk- rmoIri 5 I Jx JX rLlrItL 17stmtTTIiiOfiCttACn1110srls qJkI utJtJIwiJ K II A Iil li v fi rt t t tlo J J S bsa6k 5f J ftJ iiJ fi 1 ittit nAfN + r 4 rAt Y- 1 1 lj I N 1jEEAMERICAN liEN r I x Her lUflht to Caclclo Cannot Justly be r S Challenged There arc iu this country toddy in round fill tubers JlToOOOOOO chickens tind 40000000 other fowls inch n4 ducks geese nnd turkeys During lSt7 the liens laid 14IOO000000 eggs lhe ex port price at New York city averaged 10 cents n dozen which make the value of r the egg crop liiVi00uuu Poultry sold as meatas broilers IImilcr nut bnker l brought 125000000 more making the total hen crop itt a conservative rate 210000000 Ii This great vniiio of the lieu crop is scattered broadcast We deal with it chiefly from the individual side and it is astonishing to realize how much it IL in the aggregate Jn order that then figures may he appreciated comparative figures are interesting KnruliiR of i ultry 2000000 Total of pensions I3 J007S Total of hchool ixpt ildlturev 17SMVV30 Total of Interest ni niortgiig 7so77 Value of potato erop rI 4Wl Value ol tolmrco cropaItIValue of cotton erllliHHliIO f3i1alueOl3S- Value of whnil croll23iDI8 lS- Silurlcs of nil school trucker 139290078 I Value of all church property OOUW Total iiiililury expeiiM 3SM7OT Value IIf all mineral ii IAtte 7S Value of hor K 5271 Value of gold 411HOIMlII Value of silver 7i3lOOUO 30111111Yllillei Value of mulch cows 23ttWMA In one year the lions of tho country will buy nil the minerals produced in a hinglu year mum will pay in addition every cent of the interest on farm mort gages The American hired man taken as an individual stay lw a man ofsmall consequence yet the t4 4ii7 Him laborers in the country earned last year in cash board not included SMJIOGOII The fart isi that tho hens and1 the hired men taken together in two years earn lug would buy nil the church property and hnve enough left to pay nil pensions and all our public school teacher Tho sonic sum would pay operating utniI for all American railroads for one year I and also pay the wages of nil the clothing I makers nil the iron workers nil the 011 ton mill hand and nil the cnrpentera in i the land One lntybelof wheat costing H cents will feed a sun 10 days IIf die lays 100 eggs worth two cents 1rh1 she will Increase tho yahoo of the whtat I to 2 whieh i enough to haul one ton oii freight 20 mile or to Imul ne pa U- gcro mileIftrr slip has done all hlMI she will return i coiifwortli of the fertilizing value of the wheat to the suit for another crop Now a word Mlmt the egg itotf Ii la tho handioat form of fft tor working people During till season ofcheap eggs ninny workmen in the cities eat tried gg sandwiches for their dinner IIn fact Mrs American lien is doing her full I Mmre to contribute the nervo firco and the strength that human hands employ in building great and magnificent cities rho hens of America tat year packed inside tho hclluf their eggs in round numbers O 0ooo tons of water This IsI enough to till a canal one mile long UG feet deep and 10f feet wide The shells required to hold this water containedI 110000 tons of lime Mrs American Ilea iisJ after oilno unimportant personage When I was a boy 1 was told that if an elephant could only have muscles as hard as those of the flea he could easily move the world if a place couldIK found for securely fasten lug his tall Our standard for the nuns urement of power iis the work of the horse That is wrong Hen power is tho true standard Compare the work of production done by 1000 pounds of horse 1000 pounds of cow 1000 pounds of average man and 1000 pounds of hen nnd you will bo astonished to see what a loafer the horse is by comparison Pcnnsylvannia Grit Tin HBKAIU will be clubbed with tho following papers at the price named llKHAll ami Detroit Free Tress twice n week 1 00 1 II Louisville Dispatch work h I 15 II a New York Tribune weekly 100 II a Cincinnati Kmiuircr weekly 1 00 o u CourierJournal twice nwcek 100 1 II Louisville Post daily a 10 If you are n true friend of thtIdenr old HKIIAIO std wo have always so considered you you will now go to work mitt help us to get tho l0j0 new sub scribers which we want added to our list within the next thirty days Go tell inducehimoverywbere and get them to take the paper at FlPfV OKNT8 A YEAR Arhury Brooksisvisiting in Powell county this week r J A Missouri editor says lie stepped into i the store of a business man who lidnpt advertise and was eflrprifcjl to thud him busy The storekeeper had the itch and a Waterbury watch nmtVvlien he was not jcratching himself he was winding lifs watch Just hti Ilate November elec tion some one took from my horse a pair ol idir leather saddle hugs Through n frisivll I have located them and if they ftv i turned where I can get tlnm that will be the end of it If not sumo one will have to prove the POSOMOII tf Dli J A Tfliui Wo Cannot Alf lt1 It Tlio following from an exc bajis Iiow tho conscience of solve men A man came in the other day and stopped his paper Said heII Veall lila your paper my wife awl children can hardly get along without it but times tare too hard 11111 we cannot ailbrdit An hour later he was in a saloon treating friend mid spent over one dollar Then before he left for home he investedl forty cents in chewing tobacco a pipe a quart of whisky and other luxuries and still tittles Were too hard to allord a paper for j his wife atyl chihhJIINelsons Hawaiian Hair Elixir This is to certify that we handled Nelsons JIawMiian iMattI Elixir for ten months and can truthfully ay that the ale of it iis pheniinimil We have sold wit times liS much of it as of all other i hair preparation combined our sales amounting to over GOO buttle HVC other drug store in the city handling it at the same time Wo consider itby far the best hair preparation on the market Uopeetfully WIIXIN Dun Co14 Lexington Ky Lee Gordon COIIIIpuny ICast Main Street Iexinztnni Iy MyI heir commenced two years ago ut full out and I Ivns nearly bald Aftrr iiMiig tlonl4 Hair Hestorntiye it has producedI a new suit of hair anti luis stopped it from falling out I ued two bottle end find thnt it will do all that ho claims for it Oct b IISW Ii U CtoKHoN SM neer COOper Agent for Hrenthitt Mngotlin Morgan1 Jleui fee and Wolfe couiHie IIilia bottle Stick to Tho Farm Boys An exchnme remarks Mure young men are learning trade in the ptniten tisries than outside of them bocaiie we arc trying to make clerks doctors and lawyers out of the material intended fur blackmnithscarpenters and other trades for mechanic Thero I h too much truth in the latter hurt of the statement Hoys RIO too eager to avoid the labor of life and are too unsions to follow some call ing that does not soil the hand Most lays should be taught that there iis more dignity in niHiiual labor than in loafing and more honor in toil than dependance The front and till shop are Often more profitable than the ollice or the counter HOW TO FIND OUT VitiI bottle or common glass with urine and let it ftand twentylour hours a sedimentI or settlingI indicates1 a dinI waned condition of the kidneys When urine stnin linen it iis positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the hack i iIIho convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO DO There iis comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr I IviliuersSwiunp Hoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wishi in relieving pain in till hack kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary pnsMigas It corrects ina bility to hold urine lain scalding pain in I passing itor had eflccts following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the cxtraor dinary clloct of Swamp foot iis soon realized It stands time highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need n medicine should have time best Sold by YOIIII gists price fifty cents nnd one You may have a sample bottle and pain j phlet both sent free by snail upon the receipt of three 2cent stamps to cover cost of postage on tho bottle Mention lads HAZKI GnrKX 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